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Travel Blogs from Borovets
... Anyway, it was too far to drive in one go so we stopped off at a lake on the way and camped there for the night, again with a handful of Bulgarian fishermen! The sunset was beautiful, which Logan missed as he was snoozing due to taking anti-histamine to combat the swelling from the bee sting! Very relaxed day and night.
... the middle of nowhere. And of course, we've had more opportunities to sample the local cuisine. Yes, we continue to eat our way through Europe. The rides have become long and arduous so no one's counting calories. The roads have for the most part been very nice but I'm convinced our diabolical tour directors are messing with us these last few days (Shanny: "I know- let's tease them with a nice cool 10k descent through a canopy of pine trees ...
... team working together to help vulnerable young people make the transition from institutionalised care to independence. Tomorrow we will spend the day in Botevgrad, preparing for the camp and meeting the rest of the translation team. This year’s youth team: Laura Ferguson- team leader Marie Hancock Nice Hutchinson Emma Milsom Jenny Riley Hannah Seabourne Phoebe Woods Translators: Vicky Ivanova Bogi Tropchev Radi Yordanova Pavel Popov Gabriel ...
... br> again. It showed us how different both sides can be. One side was just
end of the winter, the other, south, side was full spring. Especially
the descend through the spring-valley was beautiful. Warm and sunny,
very green, lots of water, lots of curves, views from different heights,
and the only thing to do is to look around, look for the holes in the
road and do some braking.
to be continued
... that they go to Lipnitsa School gives them a better start than most Roma kids as the school's director, Mr Petkov, has long advocated education as the best way to help these children have a chance at a better future.
This evening we had a party for Niki, one of our newest HoJ residents. Niki has had such a torrid time in state institutions that he cannot read or write. In addition to having some good food we gave him a ...